Purina Parent Club Partnership Program (PPCP)
The Purina Parent Club Partnership Program (PPCP) is partnership between national breed clubs, the AKC Canine Health Foundation and Purina. As part of this, for every $100 of qualifying Purina weight circle points Purina Pro Members earn, Purina designates $10 for the National Parent Breed Club of the member’s choice.
Fifty percent goes directly to the AKC/CHF “Donor Advised Fund” and the remaining 50% goes to the CCA CHRIF account for use in health research, education and rescue. Additionally, on an annual basis the PPCP produced an article on a health topic of our choice.
Drug Treatment Offers Promise for Dogs Affected by Hydrocephalus (2013)
Hypoglycemia Requires Quick Intervention in Toys and Small Breeds (2009)
Oral Disease Considered Common Problem in Small Dogs (2008)
DNA Gene Suppressor Accounts for Size in Small Dogs (2007)
Collapsing Trachea Requires Prompt Veterinary Attention (2007)
Chihuahuas at Higher Risk for Vaccine Adverse Reactions (2006)
Understanding Portosystemic Shunts in Chihuahuas (2006)
Taking a Look at the Merle Coat Pattern in Chihuahuas (2005)
Understanding the Difference between Molera and Hydrocephalus (2005)
Understanding the factors of Demodectic Mange (2004)
C-Sections offer Safer Birthing Alternative for Difficult Deliveries (2003)